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  • Theodoros Diasakos

    studies how incomplete or missing information affects individual decision-making and, subsequently, market or social outcomes. His main focus is on bounded rationality, viewed as costly information acquisition, and institutional constraints, such as the lack of public information or coordination.

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    Theodoros Diasakos
  • Julyan Arbel

    Julyan's research concentrates on the asymptotic aspects of Bayesian nonparametric models, their covariate dependent extensions, and their applications (e.g. to ecology)

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    Julyan Arbel
  • Andrei Savochkin

    develops models of how economic agents make decisions when outcomes are uncertain and the probabilities of the outcomes are unknown, and how they revise their decisions when new information arrives

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    Andrei Savochkin
  • Francesca Luppi

    investigates the relationship between fertility and subjective wellbeing in the two directions, both in the longitudinal and the cross-countries perspective. In particular, she focuses on the determinants of the subjective wellbeing and the life events, considering the impact of both personality and contextual factors.

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    Francesca Luppi
  • Pierpaolo De Blasi

    works on Bayesian asymptotics. That is, he analyses when the posterior distribution eventually concentrates in the neighborhood of the true value of the data generating distribution.

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    Pierpaolo De Blasi

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